The 2008 security hole in BGP that no one fixed is being exploited

BGP, the Border Gateway Protocol, has a flaw that was discovered in 2008 that allows attackers to reroute your data without you knowing about it. In fact, someone’s been using it to send traffic to Belarus and Iceland before sending it on to its original destination. It has to be assumed that it’s being copied and then used for has to be assumed as less than innocent purposes.

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